Ancient World History Projects present an
overview of the beginnings, contributions, and
endings of great ancient civilizations in the Middle
East, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Central America.
Students learn the origins of the world’s major
religions. Time concepts of prehistoric, ancient,
B.C. and A.D. are clearly explained. Special sheets
on Life and Death in Ancient Egypt are included.
Middle Ages World History Projects provide an
overview of world civilizations in Europe, Africa, India,
China, Japan, and the Americas between 500 and
1500 A.D. Much attention is given to the European
Medieval political systems and the roles various
members played. Information about Castle Life,
Knighthood, Heraldry, the Crusades, Illumination, and
the Renaissance are presented and reinforced with
many activities students are sure to really enjoy.
Christopher Columbus and The Age of Exploration
Projects provide students with clear understanding of
what motivated early explorers to venture into unknown
areas. Students will learn of the life and accomplishments
of Columbus, as well as routes and discoveries of
many explorers, both before and after him. Special
sheet of Discovered Sunken Ships and Treasure included. Maps resemble beautiful, ancient sea charts,
while still providing geographically modern and accurate
information. Two Sheets on Piracy in the 17th and 18th centuries are sure to intrigue students.